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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Accelerator mass spectrometry at Arizona: geochronology of the climate record and connections with the ocean Jull, A.J.T.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 3-19
17 p.
artikel
2 A common approach for radiological protection of humans and the environment Holm, L.-E
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 57-63
7 p.
artikel
3 A cost–benefit analysis of long-term management options for forests following contamination with 137Cs Shaw, G
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 185-208
24 p.
artikel
4 A cost-effectiveness analysis of radon protection methods in domestic properties: a comparative case study in Brixworth, Northamptonshire, UK Coskeran, Thomas
2006
199-200 1-2 p. 73-89
17 p.
artikel
5 A critical review of measures to reduce radioactive doses from drinking water and consumption of freshwater foodstuffs Smith, J.T
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 11-32
22 p.
artikel
6 Activation of gold by the neutrons from the JCO accident Komura, Kazuhisa
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 77-82
6 p.
artikel
7 Aerial measurements of artificial radionuclides in Germany in case of a nuclear accident Winkelmann, I
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 225-231
7 p.
artikel
8 A kinetic-allometric approach to predicting tissue radionuclide concentrations for biota Higley, K.A.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 61-74
14 p.
artikel
9 An airborne gamma-ray spectrometry survey of nuclear sites in Belgium Sanderson, D.C.W
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 213-224
12 p.
artikel
10 An analysis of the environmental mobility of radiostrontium from weapons testing and Chernobyl in Finnish river catchments Cross, M.A
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 149-163
15 p.
artikel
11 An assessment of the reported leakage of anthropogenic radionuclides from the underground nuclear test sites at Amchitka Island, Alaska, USA to the surface environment Dasher, Douglas
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 165-187
23 p.
artikel
12 An estimation of fast neutron flux by 35 Cl(n,α)32 P reaction Kofuji, H
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 49-54
6 p.
artikel
13 A possible approach for the assessment of radiation effects on populations of wild organisms in radionuclide-contaminated environments? Woodhead, D.S.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 181-213
33 p.
artikel
14 Application of 210Pb-derived sedimentation rates and dinoflagellate cyst analyses in understanding Pyrodinium bahamense harmful algal blooms in Manila Bay and Malampaya Sound, Philippines Sombrito, E.Z
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 177-194
18 p.
artikel
15 A probabilistic approach to obtaining limiting estimates of radionuclide concentration in biota Higley, Kathryn A.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 75-87
13 p.
artikel
16 Aquatic mosses as a monitoring tool for 137Cs contamination in streams and rivers—a field study from central southern Norway Hongve, D
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 139-147
9 p.
artikel
17 A radon and meteorological measurement network for the Alligator Rivers Region, Australia Martin, P
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 35-49
15 p.
artikel
18 Assessing potential secondary effects of countermeasures in agricultural systems: a review Salt, C.A
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 99-114
16 p.
artikel
19 Assessment of current exposure levels in different population groups of the Kola Peninsula Travnikova, I.G.
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 235-248
14 p.
artikel
20 Assessment of the radiation field from radioactive elements in a wood-ash-treated coniferous forest in Southwest Sweden Ravila, Aaro
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 135-156
22 p.
artikel
21 Atmospheric transport patterns and possible consequences for the European North after a nuclear accident Baklanov, A
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 23-48
26 p.
artikel
22 Atmospheric xenon radioactive isotope monitoring Fontaine, J.-P.
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 129-135
7 p.
artikel
23 Availability of 99Tc in undisturbed soil cores Denys, Sébastien
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 115-126
12 p.
artikel
24 Bioindication of the anthropogenic effects on micropopulations of Pinus sylvestris, L. in the vicinity of a plant for the storage and processing of radioactive waste and in the Chernobyl NPP zone Geraskin, S.A.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 171-180
10 p.
artikel
25 Biomagnification of 7Be, 234Th, and 228Ra in marine organisms near the northern Pacific coast of Japan Ishikawa, Y
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 103-112
10 p.
artikel
26 Calendar 1996
199-200 1-2 p. 167-168
2 p.
artikel
27 Calendar 1994
199-200 1-2 p. 179-
1 p.
artikel
28 Closing words Bonet, H.
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 7-
1 p.
artikel
29 Comparison of different methods for uranium determination in water Tosheva, Z
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 47-55
9 p.
artikel
30 Concentrations of uranium and 235 U/238 U ratios in soil and plant samples collected around the uranium conversion building in the JCO campus Yoshida, Satoshi
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 161-172
12 p.
artikel
31 Contamination of the southern Baltic Sea with 137Cs and 90Sr over the period 2000–2004 Zalewska, T.
2006
199-200 1-2 p. 1-14
14 p.
artikel
32 Continuous radioactivity monitoring systems. From the pre-history of radioprotection to the future of radioecology Debauche, Antoine
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 103-108
6 p.
artikel
33 Countermeasures for animal products: a review of effectiveness and potential usefulness after an accident Howard, Brenda J
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 115-137
23 p.
artikel
34 137Cs and excess 210Pb deposition patterns in estuarine and marine sediment in the central region of the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon, north-eastern Australia Pfitzner, John
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 81-102
22 p.
artikel
35 137Cs and 239+240Pu levels in the Asia-Pacific regional seas Duran, E.B
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 139-160
22 p.
artikel
36 137Cs and 90Sr transfer to milk in Austrian alpine agriculture Lettner, H.
2007
199-200 1-2 p. 69-84
16 p.
artikel
37 Derivation of a screening methodology for evaluating radiation dose to aquatic and terrestrial biota Higley, Kathryn A.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 41-59
19 p.
artikel
38 Determination of dose rates from natural radionuclides in dental materials Veronese, I.
2006
199-200 1-2 p. 15-26
12 p.
artikel
39 Development and performance of the vehicle-mounted radiation monitoring equipment used in the Maralinga rehabilitation project Long, S
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 207-223
17 p.
artikel
40 Developments in radioecology in the new millennium Hunter, George
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 1-6
6 p.
artikel
41 Direct methods for radionuclides measurement in water environment Chernyaev, A
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 187-194
8 p.
artikel
42 Ecological half-lives of 90Sr and 137Cs in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems Pröhl, G.
2006
199-200 1-2 p. 41-72
32 p.
artikel
43 Editorial Woodhead, D.S
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 1-2
2 p.
artikel
44 Editorial 2000
199-200 1-2 p. 1-2
2 p.
artikel
45 Editorial Baxter, Murdoch S.
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 1-2
2 p.
artikel
46 Editorial Holm, Elis
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 1-2
2 p.
artikel
47 Editorial Board 2003
199-200 1-2 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
48 Editorial Board 2003
199-200 1-2 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
49 Editorial Board 2003
199-200 1-2 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
50 Editorial Board 1996
199-200 1-2 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
51 Editorial Board 1994
199-200 1-2 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
52 Editorial board 2006
199-200 1-2 p. CO2-
1 p.
artikel
53 Editorial Board 2004
199-200 1-2 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
54 Editorial Board 2004
199-200 1-2 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
55 Editorial board 2007
199-200 1-2 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
56 Editorial: Presentation of the Symposium Lacroix, J.P
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 1-6
6 p.
artikel
57 Environmental and occupational impacts of natural radioactivity from some non-nuclear industries in the Netherlands Timmermans, C.W.M.
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 97-104
8 p.
artikel
58 Environmental biodosimetry: a biologically relevant tool for ecological risk assessment and biomonitoring Ulsh, B
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 121-139
19 p.
artikel
59 Environmental impact of coal industry and thermal power plants in India Mishra, U.C
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 35-40
6 p.
artikel
60 Environmental monitoring and radioecology: a necessary synergy Vandecasteele, C.M
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 17-23
7 p.
artikel
61 Environmental radiation protection: philosophy, monitoring and standards Janssens, Augustin
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 65-73
9 p.
artikel
62 Estimating the dynamics of groundwater input into the coastal zone via continuous radon-222 measurements Burnett, William C.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 21-35
15 p.
artikel
63 Estimation of animal transfer factors for radioactive isotopes of iodine, technetium, selenium and uranium Thorne, M.C.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 3-20
18 p.
artikel
64 Estimation of critical loads for radiocaesium in Fennoscandia and Northwest Russia Howard, B.J.
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 209-220
12 p.
artikel
65 Estimation of the integral dose of neutrons using monitoring data Hanashima, Susumu
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 37-41
5 p.
artikel
66 Evaluation and ranking of restoration strategies for radioactively contaminated sites Zeevaert, Th
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 33-50
18 p.
artikel
67 Evolution of the regulation of the environmental radiation protection and monitoring in the Russian Federation Iskra, A.A
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 89-95
7 p.
artikel
68 Experience with airborne detection of radioactive pollution (ENMOS, IRIS) Pavlik, Bohuslav
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 203-211
9 p.
artikel
69 External doses to 350m zone residents around the Tokai-mura criticality accident site Takada, Jun
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 43-48
6 p.
artikel
70 Factors contributing to radiocaesium variability in upland sheep flocks in west Cumbria (United Kingdom) Beresford, N.A.
2007
199-200 1-2 p. 50-68
19 p.
artikel
71 Foreword LeClerc-Cessac, Elisabeth
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 1-
1 p.
artikel
72 FORIA: Forest Impact Analysis Rafferty, B
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 209-214
6 p.
artikel
73 Gamma dose rate in the vicinity of JCO as of approximately 8:00 pm on September 30, 1999 Matsuzawa, Takao
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 27-36
10 p.
artikel
74 Generic approaches to transfer Higley, K.A.
2007
199-200 1-2 p. 4-23
20 p.
artikel
75 Generic performance assessment for a deep repository for low and intermediate level waste in the UK—a case study in assessing radiological impacts on the natural environment Jones, S.R
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 89-119
31 p.
artikel
76 Genetic consequences of radioactive contamination by the Chernobyl fallout to agricultural crops Geraskin, S.A.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 155-169
15 p.
artikel
77 Geochronology of Pb and Hg pollution in a coastal marine environment using global fallout 137Cs Jha, S.K.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 145-157
13 p.
artikel
78 Ground based radon-222 observations and their application to atmospheric studies Zahorowski, W.
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 3-33
31 p.
artikel
79 High accuracy in situ radiometric mapping Tyler, Andrew N.
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 195-202
8 p.
artikel
80 129I/127I, 129I/137Cs and 129I/99Tc in the Norwegian coastal current from 1980 to 1998 Yiou, F.
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 61-71
11 p.
artikel
81 129I in the environment of the La Hague nuclear fuel reprocessing plant—from sea to land Fréchou, C.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 43-59
17 p.
artikel
82 Immobilization of iodide on copper(I) sulfide minerals Lefèvre, Grégory
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 73-83
11 p.
artikel
83 Important factors governing exposure of the population and countermeasure application in rural settlements of the Russian Federation in the long term after the Chernobyl accident Fesenko, S
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 77-98
22 p.
artikel
84 Influence of climatic conditions and soil type on 99TcO4 – uptake by rye grass Echevarria, Guillaume
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 85-97
13 p.
artikel
85 In situ metrology of 85Kr plumes released by the COGEMA La Hague nuclear reprocessing plant Gurriaran, R
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 137-144
8 p.
artikel
86 Interpolation of solid/liquid partition coefficients, K d, for iodine in soils Sheppard, S.C
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 21-27
7 p.
artikel
87 Investigation of the technological enhancement of natural decay series radionuclides by the manufacture of phosphates on the Cumbrian coast Keating, Gillian E.
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 53-66
14 p.
artikel
88 Isotope tracing of Siberian river water in the Arctic Ocean Östlund, Göte
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 57-63
7 p.
artikel
89 Kara Sea radionuclide inventory from naval reactor disposal Mount, Mark E.
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 11-19
9 p.
artikel
90 Levels of radionuclides in plant samples collected around the uranium conversion facility following the criticality accident in Tokai-mura Ban-nai, Tadaaki
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 131-143
13 p.
artikel
91 Modelling 3H and 14C transfer to farm animals and their products under steady state conditions Galeriu, D.
2007
199-200 1-2 p. 205-217
13 p.
artikel
92 Modelling radiocaesium transfer and long-term changes in reindeer Åhman, B.
2007
199-200 1-2 p. 153-165
13 p.
artikel
93 Modelling the distribution of plutonium in the Pacific Ocean Nakano, Masanao
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 85-106
22 p.
artikel
94 Modified approach to modelling radiological consequences from releases into the marine environment Iosjpe, M.
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 91-103
13 p.
artikel
95 Monitoring and management of mountain environment Stamenov, J.N
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 121-128
8 p.
artikel
96 Monitoring of radionuclides contamination of soils in Shatsk National Natural Park (Volyn Region, Ukraine) during 1994–2001 Hrabovskyy, V.
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 25-33
9 p.
artikel
97 Monte Carlo calculation of entire in situ gamma-ray spectra Likar, A
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 163-168
6 p.
artikel
98 Natural and artificial radioactivity in the Svalbard glaciers Pinglot, J.F.
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 161-176
16 p.
artikel
99 Natural decay series radionuclides in and around a large metal refinery Baxter, M.S.
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 115-133
19 p.
artikel
100 Neutron activation of chemical reagents exposed to the neutrons released by the JCO criticality accident Muroyama, T.
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 55-59
5 p.
artikel
101 Neutron dose and power released by the JCO criticality accident in Tokai-mura Imanaka, Tetsuji
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 15-20
6 p.
artikel
102 Neutron dose equivalent estimation from the specific activity of 51 Cr Endo, S
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 89-96
8 p.
artikel
103 Neutron-induced radionuclides in soil from the JCO campus by non-destructive γ-ray spectrometry Murata, Y.
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 69-76
8 p.
artikel
104 [No title] Strand, Per
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 1-4
4 p.
artikel
105 [No title] Voigt, Gabriele
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 7-9
3 p.
artikel
106 Numerical simulation of 137Cs and 239,240Pu concentrations by an ocean general circulation model Tsumune, Daisuke
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 61-84
24 p.
artikel
107 Overview of the Belgian programme for the surveillance of the territory and the implications of the international recommendations or directives on the monitoring programme Sombré, L
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 75-87
13 p.
artikel
108 Passive gamma-ray spectrometry for the determination of total fission events in the JCO criticality accident '99 in Tokai Mitsugashira, Toshiaki
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 21-26
6 p.
artikel
109 210Pb geochronology and trace metal fluxes (Cd, Cu and Pb) in the Gulf of Tehuantepec, South Pacific of Mexico Ruiz-Fernández, Ana Carolina
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 161-175
15 p.
artikel
110 Performance level of an autonomous system of continuous monitoring of radioactivity in seawater van Put, P
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 177-186
10 p.
artikel
111 Phytoextraction for clean-up of low-level uranium contaminated soil evaluated Vandenhove, H.
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 41-45
5 p.
artikel
112 Polonium-210 in mussels and fish from the Baltic-North Sea estuary Dahlgaard, Henning
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 91-96
6 p.
artikel
113 POSEIDON/RODOS models for radiological assessment of marine environment after accidental releases: application to coastal areas of the Baltic, Black and North Seas Lepicard, S
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 153-161
9 p.
artikel
114 Practical improvement of the radiological quality of milk produced by peasant farmers in the territories of Belarus contaminated by the Chernobyl accident Lepicard, S.
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 241-253
13 p.
artikel
115 Preface to: 2001 : An Ocean Odyssey Povinec, Pavel P
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 1-
1 p.
artikel
116 Present background levels of surface 137Cs and 239,240Pu concentrations in the Pacific Hirose, Katsumi
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 53-60
8 p.
artikel
117 Principles and issues in radiological ecological risk assessment Jones, Daniel
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 19-39
21 p.
artikel
118 Properties of two tropical soils in relation to the transport of radionuclides in the rhizosphere Itakura, Takashi
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 253-264
12 p.
artikel
119 Protection of the environment from ionising radiation: ethical issues Oughton, Deborah
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 3-18
16 p.
artikel
120 Quality assurance for the measurements and monitoring of radioactivity in the environment Betti, Maria
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 233-243
11 p.
artikel
121 Quantifying the erosion processes and land-uses which dominate fine sediment supply to Moreton Bay, Southeast Queensland, Australia Wallbrink, Peter J.
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 67-80
14 p.
artikel
122 Radiation dosimetry using thermoluminescence from ceramic and glass samples at the JCO critical accident site Hashimoto, T
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 97-105
9 p.
artikel
123 Radioactive contamination from the JCO criticality accident Koide, H
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 123-130
8 p.
artikel
124 Radioactive contamination in the Arctic—sources, dose assessment and potential risks Strand, P
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 5-21
17 p.
artikel
125 Radioactive fallout in Norway from atmospheric nuclear weapons tests Bergan, Tone D
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 189-208
20 p.
artikel
126 Radioactive noble gases in surface air monitored at MRI, Tsukuba, before and after the JCO accident Igarashi, Yasuhito
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 107-118
12 p.
artikel
127 Radioactive pollution of the Ob river system from urals nuclear enterprise ‘MAJAK’ Trapeznikov, A.
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 85-98
14 p.
artikel
128 Radioactivity concentrations in non-nuclear industries Hedvall, Robert
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 19-31
13 p.
artikel
129 Radioactivity in polar regions—Main sources Aarkrog, Asker
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 21-35
15 p.
artikel
130 Radioactivity of 51 Cr in stainless steel collected from residences in the JCO neighborhood Endo, S
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 83-88
6 p.
artikel
131 Radiological effects on populations of Oligochaeta in the Chernobyl contaminated zone Tsytsugina, V.G.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 141-154
14 p.
artikel
132 Radiological impact from atmospheric releases of 226Ra from coal-fired power plants Papastefanou, C.
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 105-114
10 p.
artikel
133 Radiometric investigations of Kara Sea sediments and preliminary radiological assessment related to dumping of radioactive wastes in the Arctic Seas Hamilton, T.F.
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 113-134
22 p.
artikel
134 Radionuclide applications in laboratory studies of environmental surface reactions Payne, T.E
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 237-251
15 p.
artikel
135 Radionuclide flow during the conversion of phosphogypsum to ammonium sulfate Burnett, William C.
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 33-51
19 p.
artikel
136 Radionuclides in aerosol samples collected after the criticality accident in the JCO uranium conversion facility Doi, Taeko
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 119-122
4 p.
artikel
137 Radionuclides in marine macroalgae from Amchitka and Kiska Islands in the Aleutians: establishing a baseline for future biomonitoring Burger, Joanna
2006
199-200 1-2 p. 27-40
14 p.
artikel
138 Recent advances in aerial gamma-ray surveying Dickson, Bruce L
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 225-236
12 p.
artikel
139 Reconnaissance of submarine groundwater discharge at Ubatuba coast, Brazil, using 222Rn as a natural tracer Oliveira, J.
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 37-52
16 p.
artikel
140 Regulation of nuclear radiation exposures in India Mishra, U.C
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 97-102
6 p.
artikel
141 Remediation strategies for rural territories contaminated by the Chernobyl accident Jacob, P.
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 51-76
26 p.
artikel
142 Residual neutron-induced radionuclides in a soil sample collected in the vicinity of the criticality accident site in Tokai-mura, Japan: A Progress Report Nakanishi, Takashi
2000
199-200 1-2 p. 61-68
8 p.
artikel
143 Residual radioactive contamination at the peaceful underground nuclear explosion sites “Craton-3” and “Crystal” in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Gedeonov, A.D
2002
199-200 1-2 p. 221-234
14 p.
artikel
144 Review of Russian language studies on radionuclide behaviour in agricultural animals: part 1. Gut absorption Fesenko, S.
2007
199-200 1-2 p. 85-103
19 p.
artikel
145 Review of Russian language studies on radionuclide behaviour in agricultural animals: part 2. Transfer to milk Fesenko, S.
2007
199-200 1-2 p. 104-136
33 p.
artikel
146 Seasonal changes of redox potential and microbial activity in two agricultural soils of tropical Australia: some implications for soil-to-plant transfer of radionuclides Twining, J.R
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 265-272
8 p.
artikel
147 Sea-to-land transfer of technetium-99 through the use of contaminated seaweed as an agricultural soil conditioner Webster, Shona
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 127-137
11 p.
artikel
148 Sector field inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, another tool for plutonium isotopes and plutonium isotope ratios determination in environmental matrices Agarande, M.
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 169-176
8 p.
artikel
149 Sediment mixing and burial of the 239, 240Pu pulse from the 1968 Thule, Greenland nuclear weapons accident Smith, J.N.
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 135-159
25 p.
artikel
150 Selected bibliography 1996
199-200 1-2 p. 165-166
2 p.
artikel
151 Selected bibliography 1994
199-200 1-2 p. 177-178
2 p.
artikel
152 Self-help countermeasure strategies for populations living within contaminated areas of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine Beresford, N.A
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 215-239
25 p.
artikel
153 Short rotation coppice for revaluation of contaminated land Vandenhove, H
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 157-184
28 p.
artikel
154 Soil- and plant-based countermeasures to reduce 137Cs and 90Sr uptake by grasses in natural meadows: the REDUP project Vidal, M
2001
199-200 1-2 p. 139-156
18 p.
artikel
155 Soil transport and plant uptake of radio-iodine from near-surface groundwater Ashworth, D.J
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 99-114
16 p.
artikel
156 Sorption of selenium anionic species on apatites and iron oxides from aqueous solutions Duc, Myriam
2003
199-200 1-2 p. 61-72
12 p.
artikel
157 Sources of 137Cs, 90Sr and 99Tc in the East Greenland Current Dahlgaard, Henning
1994
199-200 1-2 p. 37-55
19 p.
artikel
158 South Pacific Environmental Radioactivity Association: 2002 Conference Martin, Paul
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 1-2
2 p.
artikel
159 Spatial distribution of 3H, 90Sr, 137Cs and 239,240Pu in surface waters of the Pacific and Indian Oceans—GLOMARD database Povinec, Pavel P
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 113-137
25 p.
artikel
160 Speciation of 137Cs and 90Sr in discharges from the pulp industry and the marine recipient Krosshavn, M.
1996
199-200 1-2 p. 157-164
8 p.
artikel
161 Speciation of 210Po and 210Pb in air particulates determined by sequential extraction Al-Masri, M.S.
2006
199-200 1-2 p. 103-112
10 p.
artikel
162 Stable and radioiodine concentrations in cow milk: dependence on iodine intake Voigt, G.
2007
199-200 1-2 p. 218-227
10 p.
artikel
163 Status report on standard-setting work in the area of environmental radioactivity measurement Calmet, D
2004
199-200 1-2 p. 109-120
12 p.
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164 Survey of artificial radionuclides in the Barents Sea and the Kara Sea Strand, P.
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165 99Tc in seawater in the West Spitsbergen Current and adjacent areas Gerland, Sebastian
2003
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166 Technetium species induced in maize as measured by phosphorimager Simonoff, M
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167 Technological enhancement of natural radionuclides in the marine environment McDonald, P.
1996
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168 Technologically enhanced radioactivity: An overview Baxter, M.S.
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169 Temporal trends for 99Tc in Norwegian coastal environments and spatial distribution in the Barents Sea Brown, J.E.
2002
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170 Temporal variation of 137Cs water column inventory in the North Pacific since the 1960s Aoyama, M.
2003
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171 The distribution and history of nuclear weapons related contamination in sediments from the Ob River, Siberia as determined by isotopic ratios of plutonium and neptunium Kenna, T.C.
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172 The importance of recording physical and chemical variables simultaneously with remote radiological surveillance of aquatic systems: a perspective for environmental modelling Abril, J.M.
2004
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173 The JCO criticality accident at Tokai-mura, Japan: an overview of the sampling campaign and preliminary results Komura, K
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174 The loading history of trace metals and nutrients in Altata-Ensenada del Pabellón, lagoon complex, northwestern Mexico Ruiz-Fernández, A.C.
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175 The man−nature relationship and environmental ethics Bourdeau, Ph
2004
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176 The seabed sources of radionuclides in the dumped reactor compartment of the atomic icebreaker, ‘Lenin’ Sivintsev, Yuri
1994
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177 The simulation of radioactive pollution of the environment after an hypothetical accident at the Kola Nuclear Power Plant Baklanov, A.A.
1994
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178 The transfer of 137Cs and 90Sr from feed to rabbits Semioshkina, N.
2007
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179 The transfer of different forms of 35S to goat milk Howard, B.J.
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180 The transfer of 239/240Pu to cow milk Howard, B.J.
2007
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181 The transfer of radiocaesium to ewes through a breeding cycle – an illustration of the pitfalls of the transfer coefficient Beresford, N.A.
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182 The transfer of radionuclides from saltmarsh vegetation to sheep tissues and milk Beresford, N.A.
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183 The volatilisation and sorption of 129I in coniferous forest, grassland and frozen soils Bostock, A.C
2003
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184 Time trends (1986–2003) of radiocesium transfer to roe deer and wild boar in two Austrian forest regions Strebl, F.
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185 Transfer of radionuclides to food producing animals Beresford, N.A.
2007
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186 Transport of plutonium in surface and sub-surface waters from the Arctic shelf to the North Pole via the Lomonosov Ridge León Vintró, L.
2002
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187 Tritium, deuterium and gamma-emitting nuclides in plant leaves in the JCO campus Ichimasa, Michiko
2000
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188 Uranium isotope ratios in the environmental samples collected after a criticality accident in the uranium conversion facilities of JCO Tanaka, Atsushi
2000
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189 Uranium mine rehabilitation: the story of the South Alligator Valley intervention Waggitt, Peter W
2004
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190 Using radiotracer techniques for coastal hydrodynamic model evaluation Hughes, C.E.
2004
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191 Vertical migration studies of 137Cs from nuclear weapons fallout and the Chernobyl accident Almgren, S.
2006
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